I thought of Oscar Wilde when I read about the recent arrest of Mike (the Situation) Sorrentino. Can’t see the connection? Let me explain.
I wasn’t shocked to learn Sorrentino was taken into custody. He had displayed far too many examples of poor impulse control on ”Jersey Shore.” What was surprising was the crime he was accused of committing: hiding nearly $9 million from the IRS. Apparently it pays to be famous merely for being famous. Very well, in fact.